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Re: Differential Clunk

To: "Chris Attias" <>,
Subject: Re: Differential Clunk
From: "Lawrie Alexander" <>
Date: Mon, 2 Aug 1999 17:58:02 -0700

You are right. The procedure is the same once you have the differential
gears on the bench which means, as you surmised, taking out the whole diff

British Sportscar Center
-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Attias <>
To: MG Listserver <>
Date: Monday, August 02, 1999 8:55 AM
Subject: Differential Clunk

>I've seen numerous stories on replacing the shims in a later MG
>Salisbury rear axle to eliminate the free play that causes axle
>"clunk",  but I've never seen anything written about doing the same
>to older banjo type axles.  From the exploded diagrams, they appear
>to have similar parts, so I would think that this would be the same
>procedure, except that the diff could be removed to do the work on
>the bench.  Has anyone tried this on a banjo axle?
>Chris Attias
>'64 MGB
>'84 Alfa Romeo GTV-6

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